Sky News learned of preparations in the UK Parliament for a vote of no confidence Truss

The corresponding statement was made by Sky News channel analysts, citing a source familiar with the situation. First of all, the parliament is outraged by the plan of the politician to support the economy. .

EU and US discuss new measures against Russia, media learned

FT: EU and US discuss measures against Russians involved in e-commerce © RIA Novosti / Vladimir Sergeev / Go to media bankRussian and EU flags © RIA Novosti / Vladimir Sergeev Go to media bank Flags of Russia and the EU. Archive photo MOSCOW, September 15 – RIA Novosti. Western countries, as part of the … Read more

Journalists learned the details of Pugacheva’s will

Komsomolskaya Pravda/Global Look Press Russian pop star Alla Pugacheva recently returned to Russia, but not everyone understood why. There are suggestions that the singer intends to make a will, or to sell the castle in the village of Gryaz on her own. The journalists of the publication “Komsomolskaya Pravda” found out that the document was … Read more

“Kommersant” learned about the suspension of deliveries of Antinori wine house products to Russia

The head of the board of directors of MBG Wine, Irina Fomina, noted that the contract with the Italian Antinori has been preserved, but deliveries have indeed been suspended. The company created a stock of products to provide a sales plan. The wine house itself has so far refrained from commenting. .

The media learned about the help of Americans to Ukraine in planning a counteroffensive

In preparation for Ukraine’s offensive, the US has urged Kyiv to limit the operation both in terms of targets and geography to avoid being overly dragged out and bogged down on multiple fronts. This was reported on September 1 by CNN with reference to Western and Ukrainian officials. The U.S. even conducted “analysis exercises” for … Read more

The Sun learned about the intention of British schools to buy sweaters for children due to the energy crisis

In the UK, school principals are considering lowering temperatures in classrooms and buying sweaters for underprivileged students to keep them warm this winter as electricity prices skyrocket. This was reported by The Sun newspaper on Saturday, August 27. “No matter what happens, we must keep the heat in the schools. We can’t let the students … Read more

SibFU scientists have learned to determine the tendency to obesity by analyzing saliva

The study was conducted jointly with specialists from the Krasnoyarsk State Medical University. Voyno-Yasenetsky. Scientists have found that under the influence of stress, malnutrition and lack of sleep, the body begins to secrete substances that provoke obesity, Izvestia writes. .